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season make up a quarter of annual sales for most retailers, toby, you're talking about doom and gloom and you're facing a tax hike. you're telling me, you're not going to cut back on spending? >> well, brenda, i'm telling you that human beings or not binary saying, my gosh, a marginal tax rate and i'm going to close down and do nothing. if we did that, we wouldn't have donanything for the past two years, we wouldn't have any certainty for the past two years, people are used to the fact that making dysfunctional and incorporated in our behavior, and gary b, is that why we have uncertainty? is that why we haven't had a recovery, too? >> that's part of it and i thi, honestly, toby is speaking from kind of a washington insider base. >> that's me. >> yes, toby knows something will happen, but the average person out there who picks up "the washington post" and reads the fiscal cliff day after day isn't going to say, i'm going to watch family guy, nono, trust me, that's what the fiscal cliff does. >> brenda: there's a big difference, a big difference. hold on, there's a big difference betwee
and bigger, bigger and the 9, 10% that toby said, it tends to work the opposite of what we want to see happen to jobs and unemployment. we want to see unemployment go down, but the whole point of unions is to raise wages, raise benefits. in order to do that, you need a smaller supply of something, not a larger supply of somethining. and unions want to have less jobs so they can have more of that benefits i just said, for each worker, so, it tends to work against full employment, as jim pointed out, you saw it in spades at hostess. finally they got to the point, it broke the back of the company and now you have 18,000 jobs just gone >> brenda: okay, steve, unions clashing with business, good or bad for jobs going forward? >> look, clashing is not a great thing. put it's the way that unions get their point across and the way they organize and having more of the work force unionized is a good thing for the economy not a bad thing. this is still 70% a consumer economy. people need money in their pockets in order to purchase things and drive the economy forward and right now, that's not happening
inland instead of along the shore lines. toby, you think it's a good idea. >> i do. a look at history. in the netherlands for years, it had horrible flooding because of the tidal surges, et cetera and they went out and built new technology to help the tide flooding, but the second thing they did, they moved people farther inland, in california, you know, where i come from, you don't rebuild places on top of fault license move people, it makes sense. and areas you're literally two feet above the shoreline, we're going to have this type of thing, maybe not a super storm like this, but clearly it's the second time in a year and we need to be smart about this and fair to the families, as well as to the taxpayer because they say it's a 50 billion dollar deal and my friends, this will be a 100 billion dollars by the time it's done. >> brenda: todd, is this the role of government to tell people where to move. >> and i don't think so, brenda, however, it's prer of the u.s. government to actually say something as far as providing warnings, you think of seat belt rules and wearing a helmet on a
is my good friend toby levy, an architect, small business owner, levy design partners, and a southpark resident and a mom raising a teenager in south of market. so, god knows how she found time to also be vice-chair of the task force and to head our complete neighborhood fabric committee. but today she's here to talk about the core principles that are in the plan. thank you. >> thanks, jim, commissioners. as jim mentioned, it was really a conglomerate of very different people. i was the only professional on the task force aside from paul lord. and it came with actually a lot of well-developed opinions and a lot of people had a commitment to the original south of market plan. and what was most interesting was that it actually took us almost a year to develop these planning principles, which at first i thought were (bleep), excuse me. i actually think i'm proud to say that they did guide the process and got out a lot of the preconceived notions about the plan. and i do think the plan reflects these principles. can i have the overhead? so, basically the whole input of the plan was to buil
officers votede no confidence in police chief toby goodwin23:50:26"it is a concern and we should know." and now the controversy has caught the attention of a key member of the city council23: 49:48it's a in eveyronee accuratley what's e to know -3 going,,,,it's our childden" councilwoman mary pat clarke chairs the educationn committee. her concenrns, a lack of accurate information paints an incomplete pictuue. 23: 49:48it's a in eveyrone benefits to be able to know accuratley what's going,,,,it's our children" both school officials and thh city policcedepartment downplayed the email as routine request, the mayor &psayy it's all part of a prooess to make surr crime police deparrment works with &pall of the reporting agencies and public saftey agencies to get information on a timely basss and we will ,3&paccording to tte email ther are moreethan 350 reports that are either incomplete or at 5:00. joy lepola fox45 nnws a jury finds the former ...bowiiestate university her roommate to death ánotá against her. &pher. alexis simpson was accused of murder and carrying a deadly weapon.pros
. >> thanks, toby. once upon a time in planning, transportation came first. they would build a streetcar line out into the wilderness, and then the housing and the commercial would follow and it would build around that. today it seems like we engage in a community plan and we slap on transportation after the fact. tom radulavich, director of livable cities served on the task force for the first four or five years, i believe, representing transportation advocacy, working with chester fong from transportation authority and mark solomon, as i mentioned. they wrote the transportation element of the plan. it's one-fourth of the entire plan, which is based on good, smart transportation. so, let me introduce tom radulavich. >> thank you. good afternoon, commissioners. i think i've just got one slide here. all right. well, i don't have a pointer today, but let me just launch in. one of the things that i think was most glaring was we began to look at this plan as we had all of these great intentions, these policies, these thing we wanted to protect, these things we wanted to conserve, these things we
lambert, "over you." little big town for "pontoon." toby keith for "red solo cup." and "springsteen." nobody's seen this. ivan, a man of few words. but you are wonderful. and the winner is -- you give us the winner. >> the winner is toby keith. >> toby keith, "red solo cup." congratulations, toby. tune in to the cma awards tonight, 8:00 p.m. eastern on abc. >>> coming up, more from nashville, a special live performance from reba. an appearance from brad paisley. denzel washington joining us. go nowhere. >>> good morning i'm kristen sze. 3200 nurses in the east bay began a one-day strike this morning they work at seven hops managed by sutter health. the walk-out is the sixth in a -- series of strikes over contract talks taking place this past year and a half the most recent strike was july 3rd. sutter health says replacement nurses have been brought in. >>> right now your morning commute with sue hall. >>> good morning. still a rough one at the bay bridge traffic backed towards the maze new reports of an accident at the surf curve westbound upper deck. peninsula south 101 near univer
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your name. >> my name is toby caine. and like÷cñ?ñ? i say, i'm fighta dismissal charge for a incident that i had at mlk. i was part of a situation where the principal was instrumental to have surgery. i was out. modified work position, untrained, and harassed because i couldn't do all the things that needed to be done. but that's -- my point is that there -- they're trying to dismiss me simply because i had a blowout with the principal. and all the narratives that i've written and given to have been changed aro[b]p!ir like that i am the culprit. both times i asked for a police report. i was never supported. where are my!Ññ?ñ rights. i have no rights. once i started complaining to represented, you know, or given having problems with the administration and i hadn't had problems before. so basically i just want justice. and here i am fighting dismissal, and being told that ? don't do my job. i informed the principal that i didn't want to go into the counseling office because it was a volatile situation. phone thrown at my head. and they're denying all of this. but it's in writing. the
>> and fallen debt on-- >> and not for children. >> toby says you don't like it. >> i'm a bear. >> brenda: nike may be fast, now what's really fast? the nexshow, cavuto on business. business. >> what the chuck? 44 days till the music stops and the spending ban is warming up. welcome, everybody, i'm neil cavuto and i bet you thought ahead of this big deadline, congress's spending days were done? well, you don't know what the chuck you're talking about because new york senator chuck schumer wants more spending now, not less. more stimulus to create jobs and leaving aside the wisdom of stimulus, what about the real threat of this cliff. apparently not threatening enough for schumer's colleagues. dave rockefeller and hken to say hands off medicare, hands off medicaid, hands off social security. and there eliminates the entire spending issue. so the president himself said to raise the tax burden on the rich, now he wants 1.6 trillion dollars in taxes, but double what he wanted earlier this year and we hear that schumer wants even more. you see where this is going? and now wantso in
't. chris: these top historians will predict toby's chris: welcome back to this special show with four presidential experts who want to ask them to make a single prediction about the president's second term. president barack obama himself noted recently that second terms can be difficult. >> i'm more than familiar with all the literature about presidential overreach and second terms. we are very cautious about that. chris: jon, what do you think his biggest problem will be? >> can he make this caucus -- ratify the election results and actually stay in some sense where he can get a deal. mark twain said that tom sawyer pointed out, a preacher came to town who was so good that huck finn stayed saved until tuesday. chris: hold his party together. >> and get enough republican votes. >> the unpredictable things he hasn't planned for. chris: the black swan. >> i totally agree with annette. if you had told me in 2008 that the whoufs would have been consumed with worry in the first term over whether greek pensioners would accept austerity measures in europe, i wouldn't have thought that. it's
of the police department in baltimore city. that's because the mayor will swear in doctor toby bass as the new commissioner was confirmed. >> today we'll hear from the police in the joint news conference about a series of robberies in the area. and we're live with more. >> reporter: the heads of the department will come together in a joint news conference to talk about a jurisdictional case. this all happened on october 1. this case goes back to when two men were arrested after a crime spree in baltimore county and city t involved robbery, kidnapping, assault and rape. the 11 victims were mostly young women, the youngest only 17. several were college students working together baltimore county and the city police located the criminals. they have been charged with numerous felonies, including rape, kidnapping and armed robbery. they are awaiting trial and being held without bail at the detention center. that news briefing will be held at 1:00 today at the police department. and we'll stream that live on our web site at www.abc2news.com. reporting live in federal hill sherrie johnson, abc 2 news.
fallon give us the run down. >> a fun show tonight. leah michell from glee. toby keith and headlines. let's check in with jimmy. >> thank you. chelsea handler. see you tonight on late night. >> stay up late tonight. nextterps in sports. >> tonight's multi match a jjack -- jackpot. 38, 3, 35, 42, 26, and 31. if no one matches all6 numbers, the jackpot climbs to $1.4 million. ♪ ♪ no two people have the same financial goals. pnc works with you to understand yours and help plan for your retirement. visit a branch or call now for your personal retirement review. >> the ravens and the stee lers. pittsburgh leads kansas city jury to minutes left in the game. earlys quarterback left with of might shoulder injury and is not returned. -- with a right shoulder injury and has not returned. the points separated the winner from the lows are in each game. that has -- what the ravens i guess the against the raiders. special teams help win the battle. jacoby joins -- and end zone dance after he tossed the ball to his mom in the stands. >> his family was right in that corner. he tossed the ball to his
"touché, toby." (laughter) "touché. now, if you guys wouldn't mind clearing out "your stuff, the mexicans should be here any minute to replace you." all right, thanks, you guys, very much. it was fantastic. good night. (cheering and applause) captioning sponsored by triage entertainment group captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wghb.org captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) it's a special election neelt edition of the da daily show. my name is jon stewart. than exciting night here. this is the night the americans in the millions conduct some kind of real time poll. the results of which i'm sure will be contested the next day. we have some preliminary results. pennsylvania which as you know is a great state named after the great pendulum has gone most supporting barack obama. [crowd cheering] >> jon: the electoral vote. obviously that was a state that mitt romney at the very end made a play for, but the amish don't play that. good news from mitt romney he has won tonight making announcements right now most of the con
? >> feels like 200 pounds. >> reporter: at toby's trees if walnut creek, customers are pouring in. >> we like a fat tree. >> do you like skinny or fat trees? >> fat tree. >> reporter: yes, now, skinny christmas trees. on-line, there's a six and a half prelit pine slim, and the list glows on. retailers saline trees, some is as narrow as 18 inches are popular this season. last year u.s. consumers spent $1.7 billion on trees. toby childs said that's exactly what his customers want. although we did find one looking to slim down. and so you would like the skinnier tree? >> absolutely. >> reporter: she likes the smell of a real tree, but one with a bigger waist she says a s a no-no. >> it's too hard to try to get your furniture around, and it takes over too much space. >> reporter: skin by or fat, short or tall, whatever you get, it will no doubt be unique as you give a once lonely tree a special home this holiday season. >>> okay. so which do you prefer? you can log on to our facebook page and join the conversation. tell us if you like skinny or fat christmas trees. >> hard to think about
? >> yeah, a huge night for the country music awards. toby keith doesn't normally go. he says they are pandering, but he won video of the year for the song that made everybody barbecue this summer "red solo cub." ♪ red solo cup ♪ i fill you up ♪ let's have a party >> everyone was singing it all summer long. the iconic red solo cup won video of the year. you have a lot of videos that talk millions of dollars. he got friends at a house party. >> that's a nice crossover song. everybody likes that. >> it was everywhere all summer long. congratulations, toby keith. >>> the cooking and entertaining show is coming to the convention center. giada will be there. plus, it's cool, there's over 350 different exhibitors. most of which, 7% are small businesses. they are fun food items. everything from cheeses to cleavers to pies. it's all there. the samples are incredible. you get to meet cool people with cool stories. >> does it cost to get in? >> i think it's 24 bucks, 12 bucks for kids. 4 and under are free. go there, have snacks. spend time with family. get your eat on. learn what
dilman from the earlier years. you know, toby gillis. >> no, i don't, actually. >> that was bradford gillman, right? somebody will know what i'm talking about. >> have i to ask you -- i have to ask you, did you actually i seek out a met -- meat tau fore to best describe my emotions. and it is the -- jay it means he used -- >> it means he used the person and it helped him get to the conclusion. you shouldn't fraternize? >> it is not sikh. >> have i a question for you. how old is miles you are able to ground him? >> he is 38 years old, and he is still at home. i am furious. >> what is wrong with that boy? >> he is brainwashed. here is the thing. i said to him, why did you vote for obama? he said romney is stupid and blah, blah, blah. he has twice as many degrees as obama. forget romney, paul ryan had a plan. he had a plan mapped out so you wouldn't be in debt. he said paul ryan? that guy looked -- blah, blah, looks, looks, looks. i said you are not leaving for three weeks. no internet. no tv. >> wow, for three weeks? >> he is a big boy. >> are you tough. >> he will be just reading. >>
ocasiones. >>> la policÍa de acciÓn tobying arrestÓ a una pareja se le acusa del homicidio del hombre ocurrido anoche frente a una casa el sospechoso estÁ detenido en una cÁrcel de martinez. >>> el nÚmero de homicidios en san josÉ, pasÓ el total de muertes registradas en todo el aÑo estÁ maÑana las autoridades encontraron el cuerpo de una mujer en una casa ubicada en la cuadra 6.000 en lo que serÍa el homicidio nÚmero 41 en lo que va del aÑo la policÍa identificÓ como sospechoso a el hombre de 50 aÑos quiÉn huyÓ del lugar a bordo de una camioneta con placas de california una vela podrÍa ser la causa de un incendio que se registrÓ en las oficina de una escuela privada de san josÉ un equipo de bomberos acudiÓ despuÉs de ser notificado por una compaÑÍa de alarma el departamento de bomberos dijo que el fuego pudo ser provocado pero mÁs tarde corrigieron esa declaraciones. >>> en medio de una crisis que parece no tocar fondos varias familia acudieron a un centro comunitario para recibir ayuda para conseguir alimentos y juguetes, ramÓn nos dice que hacer y como ayud
with elley. petraeus has, however, admitted his affair with broadwell to the tob.i. and he's told friends that began after he took charge of the c.i.a. in september, 2011. the affair was ongoing when ell,dwell, a married mother of two, was on a media tour promoting her petraeus book. >> yes, he's a very high-energy person and i think he does gain energy from feeling like he's elnsequential and making a difference. fferenorter: petraeus, one of s,erica's most decorated soldiers, has called his nfidelity unacceptable and unfair to his wife holly who he ublicly praised at his military retirement. praieedless to say, i'll never be able to adequately express my love and appreciation for all that she has done. but i can at least say here this morning thanks, hol, i love you. (applause) >> reporter: the f.b.i. is now winding down. do one faces charges. members of congressional intelligence committee, though, ghe angry they were not put in the loop during the petraeus investigation. but the f.b.i., scott, says with no national security issues involved such notification was not required. >> pelley
-- >> hold on a seconds. state your name. >> my name is toby caine. and like÷cñ?ñ? i say i'm fighting a dismissal charge for a incident that i had at mlk. i was part of a situation where the principal was instrumental on me being injuredcgwf3 creating me to have surgery. i was out. i came back, i was put+bñ?ñ? [jua289ñbv=c ulvú(/vhi%j- wz@6<,g l [a v modified work position untrained, and harassed because i couldn't do all the things that needed to be done. but that's -- my point is that there -- they're trying to dismiss me simply because i had a blowout with the principal. and all the narratives that i've written and given to have been changed aro[b]p!ir like that i am the culprit. i was attacked twice by studentsñ?ñ? both times i asked for a police report. i was never supported. where are my!Ññ?ñ rights. i have no rights. once i started complaining to the union that iv ?ñ had not been represented, you know, or given a police report then i st÷i]y having problems with the administration and i hadn't had pr
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the winner. >> the winner is toby keith. >> toby keith, "red solo cup." >>> coming up, more from nashville, a special live performance from reba. an appearance from brad >>> i am megagap here and some of the top stories here. early voting continues through tomorrow. sandy caused it to be canceled on monday and tuesday, so friday is added and the polling hours are extended. the polls are opened from 8:00 r in the morning to 9:00 in the evening tomorrow. >>> the governor already visiting the area. according to the national weather service we could see another three toffy inches and then people can start digging out. >>> all right. we're talking of some rain showers çóin certain spots. and we can see some light rain showers and this is stretching over to chester town. so across the bay but also the heavier rain around the town, the little town as you cross the border. we will have these fizzle out more and will be under mostly cloudy cries 9and the temperatures are on the cold side. 54 degrees and breezy. lets get a check with the traffic. >>> good morning. we have a disabled car and it's
technology. frank cooley is here to show us the tablets for the holiday. >> we used tobies about the ipad, $500 and up and a lot of folks didn't buy one because they were large and expensive. here are three new trends, this is a window's surface tablet, this is new on the market. it has an easel built in like so and also notice that the cover down here,. >> you have the key bad. >> is a keyboard and this folds up into a flat tablet but with easel and keyboard built in. it can run microsoft office which is a computer productivity suite. >> is that brand new. >> this is brand new. it's only been on the market a week. this guy is about 600 bucks for 32 gigabytes with this key abort cover -- keyboard cover. it's between a full computer and a tablet. >> you have smaller toys. you just got the ipad mini. although i have the kindle fire. >> you have to have a wide hand to get it around. >> the black one on my other hand is the google 7. these are both in the mid size class of tablets which is new and red hot this year. there are other alternates as well. they tend to be lower prices. google can
. beautiful. >> yeah. and their deal in honor of leo dicaprio's new movie with toby mcgwire "the great gatsby," free shipping, $38. for two tees. >> how are they going to stop the other movie with robert redford? mia farrow? stop it. >> all these bags, messenger bags and what not. >> project repat. you turn in your favorite tees, gently used, they will turn it into something. for moms this holiday season, baby onesies you don't want to part with turn them into a baby stroller blanket. $65, free shipping. they are doing some amazing things. they work with americans who have special abilities. they are also helping to revitalize some of our manufacturing plants. >> okay. >> we need that. >> what about these messenger bags? >> united by blue. for every purchase on their website, they remove a pound of trash from our oceans. >> yeah. >> these are beautiful bags. high quality. >> land's end or something. >> wax cotton, regular $100, $65 with free shipping. >> love the free shipping. >> i love this. >> this is the man tree. this is inspired with men in mind, but a lot of women do the shopping. so,
and toby had a baseball game all at the same time. she stayed 30 minutes at all of our game. >> watching on the clock to make sure it was all equal, right? >> she was an amazing mother. there was nothing she would not do for myself or my two brothers. >> then there was that sweltering morning, theresa drove off to run errands and didn't come back. kelsey was babysitting the boys, then 8 and 11. hours ticked by. she called her mom. where are you? >> and she didn't answer. and then i called her back around lunch, and she didn't answer. i called her pretty much all day long. >> her dad was at work. her mom was -- who knew where. this wasn't like her to do this. was she the kind of person who would take her cell phone with her everywhere? >> it was attached to her hip. >> you could always easily get ahold of her? >> uh-huh. >> and you couldn't? >> no. >> by nightfall, still no word. kelsey was in a panic. she called her dad who, by now, had gone from his day job to his night shift at a local factory. >> i'm sure you told your dad you were worried. >> we kept in touch during the day to see if
, when toby left, it was the same thing when harbaugh left, it was the same thing when andrew left. and i guess people out there just don't get it. they don't understand what type of guys we have on this team, what kind of coaches we have. no, we're not going away. we are not a one-person team, we never have been. so people can say what they want but we know this team will be around for a while. >> former giants outfielder melky cabrera will get a share of the pie, despite missing the final 50 games because he tested positive for testosterone. a baseball rule on eligibility automatically allowed cabrera to cash in for $377,000, that is a post season record payout. a's players got $34,000 a piece. if you were digging a trench this weekend because your propane line broke, here is what you missed. >> the sprinklers went on in the middle of the seahawks game but i guess it is better than in miami than green bay, right? keep youroy on the full back. he is the biggest kid on the field. he levels a little guy trying to make a tackle. down goes frazier. but he got in and in the guys face and i gi
that does it for ask toby and tucker. >> how about her daughter who is allergic to peanuts? well, peanuts are a different story. and first of all, this allergy develops early in life and a very small percentage of people will outgrow it, very small. less than 10%. >> you wouldn't know you outgrew it because you probably wouldn't try peanuts if you had an allergy from an early age. >> one of the things about peanut allergies and nut allergies in general is that maybe the medical profession has contributed to the fact this we have such a wide number of people who have peanut allergies now. when i was growing up, no one was allergic to foods, okay? so that what the medical profession has basically told people is avoid, avoid, avoid. avoid eating nuts when you're pregnant. avoid eating nuts when you're breast feeding and avoid giving the nuts to the child when they're young. >> are you writing all this down? >> i have it all in my head. >> in cultures where no one is told to avoid and everybody eats everything this, they don't have peanut allergies. >> this is what i thought. this is what i t
sent freelance video journalist toby muse there recently to see how civilians are faring. as margaret warner reports, many have become targets in the country's civil war. a warning-- some images may be disturbing. >> warner: within the walls of a secret school in northwest syria, young students are studying arithmetic, english and arabic. their wide eyes and smiles betray little of the war raging just outside in the streets of their town of al-bab and across their country. >> and what does he think of the planes when they fly overhead? >> ( translated ): he doesn't fear. >> warner: run by teachers who asked to remain anonymous, this classroom was opened just weeks ago in al-bab, a city of 120,000 less than an hour from aleppo and now ostensibly under control of the rebel forces of the free syrian army or f.s.a. in f.s.a. areas like these, the syrian government is increasingly turning to air and long-range artillery attacks, hitting not only rebels, but civilian institutions, too. six schools in al-bab were bombed in the last two months, this one by a mig fighter jet in september, just
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